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In psychology Conditioning refers to the process of learning in which the behavior of an organism becomes dependent on environmental stimulation. The two main approaches to this are:
- Classical conditioning, a type of associative learning
- Operant conditioning, the modification of behavior brought about over time by the consequences of said behavior
- Covert conditioning, classical and operant conditioning in mental health treatment
- Evaluative conditioning, how we can come to like or dislike something through an association
- Eyeblink conditioning, classical conditioning involving pairing of a stimulus with an eyeblink-eliciting stimulus
- Fear conditioning, classical conditioning involving aversive stimuli
- Place conditioning
- Second-order conditioning, a two-step process in classical conditioning
- Social conditioning, operant conditioning training individuals to act in a society